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, three years later and tea partyiers are still trying to appeal obama care but the cause is losing steam. >>> and sarah palin is back. no, not that one. the funny one. >> your views on gun laws or wolves changed at all? >> you know, jimmy, i believe that if everybody had guns, then there would be fewer guns in the stores. >> what happens when leaders become a punch line . it's coming up. stay with us. oh this is soft. this is so so soft. hey hun, remember you only need a few sheets. hmph! [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft is so soft you'll have to remind your family they can use less. ♪ charmin ultra soft is made with extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. plus you can use four times less. hope you saved some for me. mhmm! you and the kids. we all go. why not enjoy the go with charmin ultra soft. he can talk to china, mongolia and all the koreas and he eats velveeta shells and cheese. so who are you calling amateur? liquid gold. eat like that guy you know. >>> we have breaking news in the fight for gun control. senate majority leader harry reid has announced that he wil
right away. this plan will protect and strengthen medicare. it begips, yes, by repealing obama care. >> the resolution passed 221 221-207. with ten republicans an all democrats voting against it. >> this is an uncompromising ideological approach to our budget issues. this also fails the test of taking a balanced approach. >> the senate is planning to vote on the ryan blueprint to hold republican feet to the fire. >> it was crafted by a hard right group in the house. and most republicans would rather run away from it. we saw that happen during the presidential campaign. we're not going to let them run. >> senate democrats favor budget chair patty murray's plan to raise taxes, increase spending and never come to balance. top republicans say it doesn't add up. >> that means more debt. fewer jobs. frankly much higher taxes from the american people. we certainly hope that the president will change his mind and submit a plan that actually balances the budget. >> the senate plans to vote on the dueling plans and a whole series of amendments tomorrow. democrats say they favor a balanceed ap
the charity care than the obama care coming down the pike. there is a hundred new lives they will take care of including 1500 that will come in the tenderloin neighborhood. another topic that has been around is local hiring and work force training, i know my friend from the building trade, cpmc will continue to hire for jobs from san francisco. but in addition to that we have improved the provisions for permanent entry level jobs. initially there were several jobs we were committing to, we have agreed to 40 percent of new entry level permanent jobs will come from san francisco. these will come from residents from real working class neighborhoods, the southeast neighborhood, sonoma, tend lions and also the work force training to $4 million. le me talk about transportation the intersection at the site. there were a lot of questions about potential 28,000 new car trips to that sight. let me say a couple things, obviously with the hospital half the size, that is less congestion to the area. the parking garage is about 200 parking spots smaller there will be $14 million to provide transit. other
are a young guy, why doesn't the president's speeches have more young language like obama care is awesome sauce. >> i try keep this out. the president has a good feel for what he wants to say on any given speech. we're there to help him get it down on paper. he spends a lot of time writing it him is. we'll go back and forth. he will take yellow legal pads and sit there and write longhand until 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning and send us back six or seven pages. >> stephen: anything you wrote broke your heart that didn't make it in? >> there's lines that you think o you know. when he sends you back edits he writes in the best part of the speech, the most authentic speech and that gets it. >> stephen: i don't always agree per se. but his speeches are often very long and more words is always better. >> always. >> stephen: there's not like little phrases, catch phrases like ask not what your country, or nothing to fear but fear itself or where is the beef? you know. [ laughter ] where is hiss where the beef? is there -- where is his where's the beef? is there a phrase? >> in his 2004 convention s
to ones they've passed before. this one repeals obama care completely out of this budget blueprint, but retains the revenue lines for the future. let's say obama care increased certain taxes. the ryan budget allowed that revenue. it does balance the budget in 10 years while his past did in 30 years. the balancing is key that the republicans are going to be pounding away for several months going toward the 2013 mid term elections. michael: hearing that, we listen to ryan, boehner i listen to what you're saying about obamacare you and i both know the reality that this is not going to pass the senate. what is this had muted ecstasy we are hearing out of ryan and boehner over this ryan budget passing and the government shutdown being averted? >> well, there's a lot of misconceptions about what these budgets are. they're largely political documents meant to set fort the vision of a party. they're not at all setting spending projections for the government. the is that the, the democrats in the senate are going to pass their own budget that has vastly different spending priorities and it
, people will say, forget it, go under obama care. i hope it would be a private incentive for people to take care of new own health care. >> well, we're committed to providing -- >> we'll see for how long, doctor. >> we think good health means good business. >> i agree. >> we're committed to that. >> it seems odd when a company tries to do it it becomes an invasion of privacy. if the federal government will dictate, say it loud, say it proud. >> these kind of programs have become much more common. >> 79% of companies are doing something similar to this, right? >> exactly. >> you get incentives if you give up smoking and things along those lines. a person should own his own health. that's what i want. i don't want where the government has to decide how to keep a person than that's a person's own responsibility, is it not? >> i believe so. i believe it's important to encourage people to do simple things that can help their health in the future. >> doctor, thank you very much for joining us today. >> thank you. >> when we come back, more of this morning's top stories. plus, we're watchi
of president obama signing his health care act into law. >> we will ask kathleen sebelius about that and she joins us later. campbell brown will be here and "the washington post" ezra klein. up next the top stories in the politico playbook. first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. >>> no good news and another snowstorm moving across the country. most likely sunday into monday. let me show you the stark contrast between this start of spring and last year. last year at this point the blue on the map and the purple show you where the snow was. no snow pretty much east of the ms river and through the midwest. only 20% of the country this time last year was covered in know. look at the map currently. 30% of the lower 48 covered by snow and we have snow pack from maine tlhrough the great lakes and upstate and wisconsin and minnesota. the winds coming down from canada over the snow, it just doesn't have a chance to moderate and warm up. look how cold it was yesterday. high temperatures in the 20s in the great lakes. we should be almost near mid-40s to near 50 this time of the year. this mor
, and as the hair take foundation pointed out the republican budget gets rid of the obama care benefits but keep in it the obamacare taxes and the obamacare medien in fact, tt does not balance in ten year unless you include those obamacare taxes and savings. so you can't have it both ways. >> neil: it's a moot point because it's going nowhere. the idea of -- i think the train left the station. >> i think that that's right but you can't claim to be in balance and claim to be getting rid of obamacare at the same time. that's my point. >> neil: always a pleasure. gm is touting the new stingray after a very happy meeting with lawmakers in washington. charles paine wondering, why washington? [ male announcer ] just when you thought you had experienced performance a new ride comes along and changes everythi. the powerful gs. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the mmand performance sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection. .. for over 75 years people have saved money with...ohhh... ...with geico... ohhh...sorry! director's voice: here we go. from the top. and action for over 75
of the affordable care act, obama care? by trying tots rid of t. >> let 'repeal this failure before this literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens. let's not do that. let's love people. let's care about people. let's repeal it now while we can. >>> so what does she mean by repeal it now while we can? it's been three years and over 30 failed attempts at repeal by house republicans. the law was upheld by the supreme court, president obama was even reelected. some republican governors are planning for the expansion. >>> up next, marco rube yo and rand paul, who has the juice on the right wing? this will be fun for people on the left. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. there's nothing better than salon color, full of beautiful highlights and lowlights. that's why nice'n easy builds dimension into every shade. so here's a challenge: love the gorgeous dimension of nice'n easy or we'll pay for a salon color. take the salon challenge, from nice'n easy. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and from national. because only na
's celebrating the third anniversary of the affordable care act, obama care? it womans this by trying to get rid of it. >> let 'repeal this failure before this literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens. let's not do that. let's love people. let's care about people. let's repeal it now while we can. >> so what does she mean by repeal it now while we can? it's been three years and over 30 failed attempts at repeal by house republicans. the law was upheld by the supreme court, president obama was even re-elected. some republican governors are planning for the expansion. what is she talking about? >>> up next, marco rubio and rand paul, who has the juice on the right wing? this will be fun for people on the left. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may low
care act. you may remember this famous scene just a few days later when president obama signed it into law in 2010. it promised to provide affordable health insurance to every american. so how close are we to achieving that today? jim angle live in washington. >> reporter: hello, jon. well, you know, the new health care law doesn't fully take effect until next january, but parts of it are already in effect. supporters, of course, point to the benefits. >> already more than three million young americans have gained coverage through their parents' plans. preventive care is free for tens of millions of americans. >> children can now have coverage even if they have a pre-existing condition, children can stay on their parents' plan until age 26. >> reporter: now, obama care already offers everything from free contraceptives to free preventive services. many, however, ago nothing is really free. there are, of course, a trillion dollars in tax increases over the next ten years. even so, new benefits such as free preventive care come at a cost to someone such as physicians and hospital
and that we care about. why? dr. harris told us, dr. burgess told us, president obama took where? 0 billion out of medicare. over $700 billion has come out of medicare. and where has it been shifted? into obamacare. who does that hurt? that hurts the people we love, that hurts senior citizens of this country. let me tell you, mr. speaker, about who else is devastatingly impacted by obamacare. we were all told that we are going to get 30 million new people, free health care. gee, that sounds great. . that sounds great. let me tell you who is not going to get health care, what obamacare has, deep in the pages, nobody read this bill. why did nobody read it it isn't because members of congress were too lazy to read it, it is because the democrats controlled the house of representatives, the democrats that controlled the senate, didn't bother to give the members the bill in enough time to read the bill in senate they had maybe a couple of hours. here in the house, we had very little time to read the bill. nobody could read the bill. maybe that's why the former speaker of the house, nancy pelosi,
, in that medicare and the obama health care policy ought to be fully repealed as well. he just said it in a bit of a nicer way. it remains to be seen if the republicans can make any headway beating this dead horse. some people in the republican party have said quite overtly, stop it, we've lost, we're moving on, rep governors are accepting the medicaid expansion. this is kind el knee ander that will retrograde politics on the part of michele bachmann. >> what's your reaction? she appears to be consistently now openly flagrantly lying about virtually everything. >> yeah, i mean, i'm disheartened that you can say something like that and not be censured for it. she's saying that the president signed into law a piece of legislation that will kill children? >> that is what she said. >> you're missing the ice flow provision. >> the bottom line is she's a joke. i don't think very many people -- >> she's a member of the house, joy. and she was reelected. >> and part of the tea party caucus. >> it says a lot about people who vote for folks like this. you have a lot of clowns, a lot of extremists, people
heart circulation and bone problems. if it were not for obama care, as you like to tag it, i would not be able to see the doctors that i need to see right now. rather than cut medicare, medicaid, or turn it into an absolutely inefficient voucher system, why replace the social security funds that were taken 30 years ago over prices pieces put themthat say iou, back into social security so they can be distributed to the senior citizens? republicans are trying to kill us off. host: thank you for calling in. guest: the hyperbole that passive now for political discussion is really a shame, because we have huge challenges. medicare is going broke. the medicare trustee -- that is not tom price or republican stalking. it says there will not be a the amount of money under current law in medicare to provide medical services for her and every single other senior and go this country in 10 years. that is wrong. we have to save and strengthen and secure the program. that is our proposal. social security, it was a democratic administration that actually removed the ability for the money that is b
to the day since president obama signed the health care bill into law and with only a few months to go, before obamacare takes effect. the word that the state exchanges that help people find a plan may not be ready. we in go in depth. on your car, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. great first gig! let's go! party! awwwww... arigato! we are outta here! party...... finding you the perfect place, every step of the way. >> the news started to break in this hour yesterday and now we have the full results of the verdict in a salary scandal in bell, california. five of the six former officials at that were on trial were found guilty yesterday of misappropriating public fund. they were convicted of taking six-figure salaries for work they never did. they said they sat on the boards and doing work for the taxpayer, the prosecutor and the jury said no you didn't. the case caused outrage across the country and the town where most people live below the poverty line and paid higher taxes to support those sky high salaries for these off
question. let's look ahead to tomorrow when the president will be traveling to jordan. president obama has been very care wfl the u.s. involvement in syria but jordan is of course the country dealing with the syrian refugee crisis. more than 450,000 syrians have fled to jordan so far. what do you expect to come out of tomorrow's meeting with king abdullah? >> well, king abdullah is a key player in the middle east. jordan has always been helpful to middle east peace process. i think again, a reinforcement of an already strong relationship, countries like jordan help with the syrian issue on refugees. you have to keep jordan involved because they can be very constructive. again, their relationship is good. but being in the region, not going to jordan, especially with the syrian situation exploding, is not a good sign. so the president has covered his bases. he's been to the palestinian authority. a very strong trip and israel's symbolism, personal connection with bibi, laying out new policy. and then with the king of jordan, going more into regional issues like syria and iran makes a lot of
by repealing president obama's health care law and creating a vouch every-like model for medicare. it also calls on lawmakers to address the issue of social security. something paul ryan talked about quite a bit. bret baier, anchor of "special report" joins us live. good morning, bret. >> good morning, martha. martha: what are we watching on the floor of the house today and what do we expect from the paul ryan vote? >> they expect this will pass. republicans probably don't have a lot of votes, the window that they will probably pass it by won't be probably that many. they can only afford 15 defections on this vote in order to get it through because all of the house democrats are expected to vote no, like they did last time. if the last time the paul ryan budget made it through, they had 10 house republican defections. this time they can only afford to lose 15 in order to get it passed. it is expected to get passed. yesterday he saw a bit of theatrics on the house floor. the republican study committee came forward with their budget proposal. it balanced the budget in five years. did a numbe
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these people guilty and put them in a real prison this is an embarrassment that obama really should take care of. >> john. >> yeah, the reality is, of course, it's not that easy. there is a gap between campaign rhetoric and the responsibilities of office. we have created an extra legal situation. if it was easy to close gitmo, it could have been done. it doesn't help that congress cut off funding to move these people to mainland prisons. let's focus on the facts. >> finally, let's go 30 seconds on this one. one of my favorite topics this morning. it turns out jay leno is a conservative darling, for blogger matt drudge. tweeting anger that leno dared to offer jokes for the other 50% of the country and not just liberals. perhaps he was talking about moments like this. >> after losing two presidential elections in a row, the republican party now has now outlined a plan to attract minorities. they want to attract minorities, women, gay, lesbian, young voters. show the newest ad. >> get ready for a brand new republican party. we've changed our position on just about everything. for starters, we'll
of nearly $177 million, that is more than $1 million for the care and maintenance each of the 166 detainees. >>> the obama administration says this committed to closing gitmo efforts which have been reportedly blocked by congress. >>> with pope francis already carving out his own leadership style, there are new details about where he may stand on some significant issues. in an interview last year the then archbishop floated the possibility of an eventual change to the church's rule of celibacy for priests. he also spoke about his own struggles after being dazzled by a woman he met at a wedding during his training to become a priest. however, francis says for now the discipline of celibacy stands firm. the pope criticized church leaders who covered up abuse of children. he said relocating predator priests was "stupid idea" adding "you cannot be in a position of power and destroy the life of another person." the book featuring that interview is published in the english version this may. >>> to business now where wall street is coming off another winning session after ben bernanke reaffirmed t
but hamas has such control. who were they trying to send a message to, israelis, president obama or perhaps to the palestinian president, mahmoud abbas about be careful what uh-uh promise the american president? >> the president only spending four hours in the west bank today, not giving equal time to the palestinians as he is to the israelis on this trip. there have been some protests, demonstrations in the palestinian areas that the president is not fully committed to a two-state solution. what kind of message do you think he wants to send to the palestinians who may be protesting today? >> reporter: it's a critical point you make. what a turn of events. his first international trip in the first term was to cairo, giving that big speech about how essentially his message was i'm not george w. bush, the iraq war will be ending. i want to make peace and have better relations with the arab world. there was a great deal of hope, including in ramallah. i was there the other day. there were protests against president obama. there are posters all around ramallah, criticizing this trip. pictures o
, exgovernor of alaska. that is the person you go after. not after obama. i have to go back to this. i don't care who is at late night. i have a feeling that most young america don't either. nobody is taking this -- nobody is watching these shows the way we watched it when we were young. people aren't going and -- these numbers are a lot lower than they were 20 years ago. people are on the laptops and they are watching the stuff on the plane. they are notdy guesting it same way -- notdy guesting i no. >> dana: i used to set my alarm in case i fell asleep before arseno hall. i had a tv in my room. >> eric: but the game is high-stake poker for these guys. >> bob: one thing, abc developing an app -- is that what you call it? app? you can put it and you can follow all of their shows on your ipad or phone. literally to me that is a big step, revolutionary step. >> greg: i am telling you, if you are going to watch tv at the time the show is on is the equivalent of a land line. >> kimberly: behind the game. >> dana: "jeopardy" and "wheel of fortune." >> greg: you accommodate it. watch "the five"
care plans, holding meetings to defeat them early in the obama administration, well before congress started its work to pass what became obamacare. we asked senate minority leader why republicans continue to fight the law even if republicans take over the senate and white house in 2016, the benefits will have started then, and americans will refuse to give them up, and mcconnell says that's not so. >> that's what the left hopes, but in the meantime, the cost of premiums is going up, people find out they can't necessarily keep the plans that the president said you could keep, and, in fact, none was promises made are happying, and they are not going to happen, so if you believe it can't possibly work and we're in a representative democracy, hopefully democrats with start responding to pressure to give us an opportunity to begin to blast big holes in it, and in my view, it needs to be pulled out root and branch, and the first opportunity that we have to do that, if the american people give us enough support to do that, we're going to do it. >> republicans pointed to this, a copy of the
. but contrary to the apparent and uncharacteristic chumminess with prime minister netanyahu yesterday, mr. obama and abbas displayed an understated- business like-tone in a brief press conference. the president denounced the morning's rocket attack and the group that rules in gaza. >> hamas cares more about enforcing its own rigid dogmas than allowing palestinians to live freely; and because too often it focuses on tearing israel down rather than building palestine up. >> warner: on the issue at hand, the president did say his administration was committed to give the moribund peace process another try, and he urged the palestinians to do the same. >> my argument is even though but it is israel's continued expansion of jewish settlements on the west bank that have been a stumbling block to revived peace negotiations. a halt to such construction is a palestinian pre-condition for re-starting talks. mr. obama had joined the call in 2009, but hasn't pushed since. today abbas seemed to reaffirm that insistence, though he didn't use the word condition. >> ( translated ): it is the duty of the israeli
, >>> this is "world news." "world news."ve manhunt. manhunt.tion at close range. r governor near tears. > he cared deeply about his staff, his family, and the ommunity. >> a search tonight for a earch tonight for a official on the doorstep of his home. >>> facing the threat. >>> facing the threat. president obama on an historic visit to israel. tonight the big question, would america go to war to stop a nuclear weapon in iran? >>> too far. workers forced to get health tests or pay a fine. could this happen at your job? >>> and treasure hunt. the $3 bowl found at a yard sale now worth $2 million. do you know which items give you the best chance for a happy surprise? >>> good evening. we begin tonight with a manhunt under way. hundreds of people searching the streets of colorado. at 8:30 last night, the door bell rang at the home of a state official. he answered and he was shot on his doorstep. tonight authorities have stepped up security at the governor's mansion and the state capital. abc's clayton sandell tells us what is known now about the shooter. >> reporter: in this quiet rural neighborhood
you, i watch your show every morning. and i thought that's nice. got to be careful, man where you go. and then as i finished he said, you know, back in the days when he was just a united states senator and not running for president yet, he said barack obama used to workout at this gym, and he says and i saw him right on that machine, and he says man, you were working out on barack obama's machine. >> very nice. >> bill: yeah how are -- how about that. i know where he used to live which is maybe four or five blocks away from this gym, but i don't know why he wasn't at the senate gym but maybe he belonged to both. speaking of sports by the way, we filled out our brackets and we'll tell you later who we all picked as the final four and the big winners. president obama picked his yesterday. and the big news is that kentucky, the defending champs did not even make it to the tournament. a lot of people are pissed off about that including chester, who is a regular caller to sports radio in kentucky. >> yeah, basketball to university of kentucky fans is a religion. t
care reform and make that stick. >> absolutely. and i think those poll numbers bare that out. clearly in kentucky there is a segment of the population that will not support anything that has barack obama's name attached to it. >> hal: right. and it's -- and i know those people. i grew up around those people. many people may or may not know i'm originally from peaks mill kentucky, at the time one road 46 people. we had a little white christian church in every sense of the world, and a cemetery and there are big sections of kentucky that are like that that if you go to these people individually and go is it right that a black person, for example would be denied housing if they could afford to buy a house, should they be denied the ability -- and they would say absolutely not. and at the same time they will vote repeatedly for people who actually instigate those kind of policies. is it an education thing? is the propaganda versus policy takt -- the republicans are taking a valuable one on one front in that the messaging is more important than reality. >> i think yo
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